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Burnaby studio working on Dying Light for Techland

Burnaby studio working on Dying Light for Techland

Zombies are invading Burnaby. Well, not quite. A popular video game development company, Techland, has set up a new studio in the city - Digital Scapes Studios - to develop components of its much anticipated new zombie apocalypse game, Dying Light.
Welcome to the sustainability club, Ricoh

Welcome to the sustainability club, Ricoh

There are at least 100 businesses in Burnaby and the Lower Mainland that now know it's not easy being green.

Mott adds charging station

If you're in the Big Bend area and need some juice for your electric vehicle, Burnaby's Mott Electric GP has a free charging station.
New CEO takes the reins

New CEO takes the reins

The Burnaby-based Canadian Home Builders' Association of B.C. has a new leader, and he comes with a world of experience. Neil Moody started as the CEO of the Canadian Home Builders' Association of B.C. on Aug.

Billboard brings extinct pennies to new heights

Are you ready for change that counts? That's what a new Vancity billboard reads at Hastings and North Kootenay here in Burnaby. What's special about this advertisement stunt is it is made up of about 61,000 pennies.

Developer building his legacy in the Heights

Instead of moving on from Burnaby to seek his fortune, one local developer decided to stay where he was born and raised to give something back to the community. Peter Censorio grew up in the Burnaby Heights area where his family planted their roots.

City scientists work on skin cancer phone app

Burnaby happens to have some of the greatest scientific minds working today, attempting to solve some of the world's leading problems. Recently, MetaOptima Technology Inc.

Hart House in the Hall of Fame

It's a delicious honour for the owner of Burnaby's Hart House Restaurant, who is being inducted into the B.C. Restaurant Hall of Fame this year.

Tastebuds drive this business

Location counts for a lot, but without really good grub, a food cart won't survive on the street

Yogurt shop offers Smurf twist

Menchie's will be no more as of July 1 - the company is temporarily changing its name to Smenchie's in celebration of the upcoming Smurf movie sequel.